If you’re having trouble using devices in a dead zone it’s probably the right time to install a Wi-Fi signal booster. These devices are simple to use and set up and can enhance WiFi signals for faster speeds. All you require is an WiFi router and an outlet, as well as the direction you’d like to point it. Some boosters also have additional features, such as a USB port to charge your wireless devices.
How do you install an Signal Booster
A WiFi booster, also known as a range extender, is a simple, hassle-free device that connects wirelessly to your router and can be used wherever you have an internet connection. It receives the signal from your router and transmits it to a nearby location which allows you to access the network even in your basement or in your backyard. Place it half-way between your router and the location where you lose signal and make sure you point it in that direction.
It is important to note that even though a booster can boost internet speed, the speed provided by the internet service provider you use is not increased. This is because the speed you pay for comes from your broadband service and is not dependent on how far you are from a WiFi signal.
Another important thing to remember is that wireless signal transmissions are severely affected by water, which means a fountain, aquarium or even a cup of coffee can reduce the signal. Avoid this by keeping the WiFi booster and cellular amplifier from any water sources.